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Meet DeLeesa AKA "Trevor", The Breakout Star From 'The Circle' Season 2
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Meet DeLeesa AKA "Trevor", The Breakout Star From 'The Circle' Season 2


The Circle's Season 2's breakout star is 33-year-old DeLeesa St. Agathe. If you haven't caught up on the rest of the episodes, warning: spoilers ahead!

Not only was DeLeesa crowned winner, but she also did it catfishing her fellow contestants as her husband "Trevor." Needless to say, her strategy was a success and like everyone else, we wanted to know more about this stay-at-home mom from the "Boogie Down Bronx."

We did some digging on the Netflix reality star and found out some more fun facts to tie you over post-show. Below get to know DeLessa from The Circle, AKA Trevor.

She’s Been Married 2 Years

She got married in 2018 to Trevor St. Agathe who served as the blueprint to her catfish persona. They have a baby girl named Toni who she gave birth to in 2019. Trevor is an athlete and certified strength and conditioning coach. He's currently a specialist at P3 Applied Sports Science and previously worked for the Brooklyn Nets basketball team.

The couple recently celebrated their second anniversary.

She’s Pregnant with Baby No. 2

"Before I left for the show, obviously, I knew I was going to be away for a long time. Me and my mans Trevor, we had a nice goodbye moment and that moment turned into this right here. I'm due in, like, a month and a half, and I found out while [filming]," DeLeesa revealed in an interview with People after posting about the baby news on Instagram.

So how did Trevor get the message? She FaceTimed him during the finale after her castmates and confidantes encouraged her to do so. According to her, she wanted to wait to share the news with him to not take her focus off the game. She looked at this second pregnancy as an even bigger motivator to make it to the winner's circle.

She Used Her Winnings to Buy Her Family a House

Like DeLessa expressed throughout the show, she used her Circle cash—$100K to be exact—to buy a home for her growing family. Now that's a feel-good win!

"It changed our lives. We won, and everything was like I said: I wanted to win to get a house, and that money went to a down payment for our home. We were able to get some furniture. Basically, we live how we always wanted to for our children — well, child. Future children, hopefully. It's just a life-changing experience. I'm very proud of myself. I'm proud of what I was able to accomplish for my family, and this is something that we will cherish forever," DeLessa told Vulture.

She Has FOUR YouTube Channels

According to her Instagram, @lessaunique, she's a "mompreneur" and a "video creator" with several YouTube channels. Yes, we said several. DeLeesa has several YouTube channels: her main channel, Leesa Unique, two family channels, The Saints Family and The Saints Family Tooand she has an ASMR channel called Shhh Leesa ASMR. Depending on whether you want an update on their growing family or Get Ready With Me videos—Deleesa has it covered.

Featured image via DeLeesa Unique/Instagram

 

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